new england journal of medicine

Doctors: Woman's Chemotherapy Caused Her To Lose FingerprintsA 65-year-old woman’s chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer that spread to her lungs caused her fingerprints to be erased.
Report: Antioxidant Supplements Don't Fight CancerNew study suggests antioxidants may make some cancers worse.
Doctors Use Leeches To Reattach Severed EarDoctors say the leeches are better than almost anything else at cleaning the severed part.
Study: Feces Transplant More Effective For Diarrhea Than AntibioticsA procedure that inserts fecal matter from a healthy person into the intestines of someone with diarrhea has been found to be a better treatment than antibiotics.
Yale Researchers Find New Tick-Borne Infection In ConnecticutConnecticut, the place where Lyme disease was first identified, in 1975, is home to another tick-born ailment, a distant cousin of Lyme disease, also carried by the deer tick.
Study: People On ADHD Medication Less Likely To Commit CrimesA recently-discovered perk for those living with attention deficit disorder is that they are less likely to spend time behind bars.